Jamie Lee English, 47, of Fort Worth, Texas, went to be with his Lord and Savior on May 10, 2022. Jamie was born Jan. 21, 1975, to Barbara (Pinkman) Lacy and Marvin Allen English Jr. in Fort Worth, Texas. Jamie was an exceptional artist and student graduating with honors in art from Mansfield High school. While attending Mansfield he participated in a co-op school and work program through Mansfield ISD. He excelled in this program and at the end of his senior year they asked him to stay on full time. He later went on to pursue his true passion and artistic talents becoming a tattoo artist.
Jamie loved drawing, reading, horseback riding and being on his family farm. He was always optimistic and loved the Lord. Above all Jamie loved his family and his friends. He had a close and special relationship with his mother Barbara, especially after his father passed away, and never wanted her to carry worry on her heart. He was overjoyed when his mother came to remarry another great man, his stepfather Kenneth Lacy.
Jamie welcomed his son, Bradley, into the world and was a doting father. He raised an upstanding son and Harley, whom he considered a daughter.
Jamie was preceded in death by: his father, Marvin Allen English, Jr., his grandparents, Georgia and Henry Pinkman and Erie and Marvin Allen English.
He is survived by: his son Bradley Allen English; mother, Barbara Lacy, step-father, Kenneth Lacy; daughter-in-love, Harley Herrin; brothers, Eric Allen English, Jody Lacy, and Kenneth Paul Lacy; sisters, Leah Lacy and Tammy Haines; nephew, Patrick English; and numerous loving aunts, uncles, cousins, extended family, and friends. Jamie was loved by all.
Jamie is gone to soon from this earth, living now in peace with the Lord. His family and friends know that they will reunite again one day when we all return home.
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